LINDEN — Mayor Richard Gerbounka’s back-to-back endorsements of top Republicans — John McCain in 2008 and Chris Christie in 2009 — is being repaid with a strong endorsement from local GOP activists.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Conservative Republican Congressional candidate Anna Little will be endorsed by the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) at an event sponsored by the Republican Indian Committee tonight.
TRENTON — Social media and technology have created thousands of new ways to be a bully, posing significant challenges for school administrators, staff, parents and students, according to the New Jersey Association of School Administrators. Knowing how to deal effectively with these new circumstances will go a long way toward reducing the problem of cyberbullying.
UTICA, N.Y. – Thirty-one percent of voters say that negative campaign advertising makes them less interested in voting and 62% say ads this year are more negative than in other years.
STATE – Gov. Chris Christie cancelled a massive public works project that would have doubled commuter rail capacity between New Jersey and New York today.
TRENTON — DEP Commissioner Bob Martin yesterday announced the lifting of a statewide drought watch for most of New Jersey, with the exception of the Coastal North region that includes nearly all of Monmouth County and northern Ocean County.
ELIZABETH — Two former public officials and the principal of a local school are supporting Marvelis Perreira’s bid to unseat Fifth Ward Councilman Bill Gallman in next week’s election.
ELIZABETH — A 21-year-old woman was killed in the city this weekend, bringing the number of homicides this year to 14. There were five homicides in 2009, and 15 in 2008.
Dear EarthTalk: Can pollution affect my child’s IQ? — Ellen Franzen, Portland, OR
RAHWAY — On Friday, Oct. 15, students enrolled in the Art II classes at Rahway High School volunteered their talents to paint windows at various downtown Rahway businesses for Halloween.